Nathan Chan and KASA Quartet

Join KASA Quartet, Grand Prize Winners of the 2017 Coltman Competition along with Seattle Symphony’s Assistant Principal Cellist, Nathan Chan as they team up, musician to musician, to present an evening featuring two titanic works from the world of string quintet repertoire. Come along with these five dynamic friends and personalities as they explore the rare and brilliantly beautiful Glazunov String Quintet filled with soaring melodies and rustic charm.

After a pause, the second half will feature one of the most beloved and legendary chamber music works of all time, Schubert’s Cello Quintet. The two works together highlight an evening that will be full of beauty, romanticism, energy, and fun!

Be sure to stick around afterwards for an open Q&A with the musicians!


The Resonance Masters’ Series brings the best of the best right to the heart of Bellevue – we feature concerts by internationally distinguished artists and seek to create dialogues between these renowned performers and the unusually talented youth music scene in the Seattle area.

Learn more by clicking the artist profile images below.

Kyle-Price Profile
Kyle Price
Cellist, Kyle Price is nationally recognized for his multi-faceted career, innovative leadership, and advocacy for collaborative programming.
Stephanie-Price Profile
Stephanie Price-Wong
Stephanie Price-Wong is the Assistant Artistic Director and Fellowship Program Director of the Chamber Music Connection based in Worthington, Ohio.
Aaron Schwartz
Aaron Schwartz
Aaron Schwartz is an accomplished orchestral, chamber, fiddler, and jazz musician. He creates chamber music arrangements and performs them regularly.
Andy Liang
Andy Liang
Violinist, Andy Liang performed in Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and Jordan Hall by the age of 15 and is a founding member of the KASA Quartet.
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KASA Quartet
String Quartet
KASA Quartet, winners of the Coltman Chamber Music Competition, performs an array of styles ranging from classical to gypsy jazz and various genres.
Nathan Chan Profile
Nathan Chan
Cellist Nathan Chan discovered his talent for music at an early age; named a 2012 Davidson Fellow for his project entitled, “The Importance of Passion”
General Admission

$35 at the door.

Event Details
  • Start Date
    March 31, 2020 7:30 PM
  • Address
    288 106th Ave NE, Suite 203, Bellevue, WA 98004
  • Phone
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  • Seating
    This event features seating in rows of chairs.
  • Beer & Wine
    No bar service will be offered during this event.
  • Snack Foods
    No snack foods will be offered during this event.
  • Age Limits
    All ages are welcome. Please use discretion when bringing very young children.
  • Check In
    Doors open 30 minutes prior to showtime. Please arrive prior to showtime. No late entry permitted.